A move by the Environmental Protection Agency to ease new emissions regulations known as the Greenhouse Gas Emissions, or GHG, Phase 2 rule for part of the trucking business has set off a fight within the industry.
The Environmental Protection Agency said it wants to repeal the emission standards and requirements for glider vehicles and kits for medium- and heavy-duty trucks.
Several California trucking companies and a conservative think tank are petitioning the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to reconsider its greenhouse gas endangerment finding.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia granted the EPA and NHTSA’s request to place a 90-day pause on a lawsuit challenging strict heavy-duty truck emissions rules.
Executives from Navistar, Daimler, Kenworth, Mack and Peterbilt discussed potential rollbacks in greenhouse gas policy at ACT Expo in Long Beach.
The Environmental Protection Agency asked a federal appeals court for a 90-day pause in a lawsuit against its new standards on greenhouse gas emissions for heavy-duty trucks, a signal that the Trump administration may ease the regulations.
The Environmental Protection Agency will re-open the comment period for its new vehicle emissions standards, which will allow the Trump administration to roll back lofty fuel economy guidelines set by the Obama administration.
The Truck Trailer Manufacturers Association and the Racing Enthusiasts and Suppliers Coalition are seeking to overturn parts of the Environmental Protection Agency’s stringent Phase 2 greenhouse gas standards.
The EPA said more stringent standards are needed to reduce nitrogen oxide, or NOx, emissions from heavy duty trucks, but it rejected calls to speed up the rulemaking process for new regulations that would attack the problem.